Everybody's Workin' For The Weekend
Aug. 6, 2016

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    BOISE, Idaho - Boise State got into its first weekend of 2016 Fall Camp, and had a special visit as the weekend got underway. Former head coach and athletic director Lyle Smith, the "Father of Bronco Football," came out Friday morning to watch the beginning of practice and mingle with head coach Bryan Harsin and the team.

    Smith, who turned 100 this past March, proudly sported his orange shirt as he watched the 2016 edition of the Broncos prepare for the upcoming campaign and the Sept. 3 opener at Louisiana.

    The Broncos were back out on DeChevrieux Field for Friday's and Saturday's practices, each split up again as veterans went in the morning with newcomers and select veterans working in the afternoon.

    Players spoke with the media for the last times of the weekend, as Jeremy McNichols and Jake Roh went in front of the cameras and microphones Friday, and the trio of Travis Averill, Elliot Hoyte and Chaz Anderson stepping up Saturday.

    There was also a bit of confusion Saturday as Olympic Field Hockey got underway in Rio, with the United States and Argentina facing off on the international blue field. The United States made the Broncos proud on their blue field, beating Argentina, 2-1.


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